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PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE JUNIOR CLASS OF 

WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN UNIVERSITY 

DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



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DEDICATION 




To a spirit undaunted 

To a character strong and vigorous 

To an individual who is individualistic 

To a lady whose loyalty to duty is exemplary 

To a Christian whose testimony has been consistent 

To our friend who has inspired us 

To you, Miss Batson, v/e the members of the class of 52 proudly dedicate 

This annual . . . 





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PRESIDENT 



Through the moments of uncertainty 

Through the days of dire need 

Through the months of prayer and waiting 

Through the years of struggle and near defeat 

Through the times both happy and drear 

To this day of progress and accomplishment 

God has given our beloved President, Dr. Judson A. Rudd, devotion, 

Patience, faith, and vision to guide Bryan University to its present place of 
prominence. 




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HERBERT W. HILL 



HAROLD GOEHRING 



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One bright day, when all +he world seemed such a lovely place — He knocked 
at our door and took them away. 

We, the students of Bryan University, pay high tribute to the memory of the late 
Herbert W. Hill, beloved staff member, supervisor, and friend to all. If one word 
could sum up what was good and fine and challenging in so good a man, it would 
be FAITHFULNESS — faithfulness in friendship, in his home, in his church, faithfulness 
to all his standards of conduct and honor, and a magnificent failhfuiness to the work 
and to the university he loved and to which he gave his utmost in service. 

Time shall not wear down nor eat away the eternal memory of cherished friend- 
ship. Humble, helpful, and friendly to all — a life dedicated to full time service on 
the mission field. Harold's passing just a week before his graduation was a shocking, 
sobering blow to the University, and perhaps, God's means of calling others. 



CONTENTS 



ACTIVITIES 



ORGANIZATIONS 



SPORTS 



FACULTY 



CLASS 







Whether it be In devotions, music, sports, 
work, organizations, or just plain study- 
ing, the motive for our preparation at 
Bryan is the same as the aim for our lives 





— that of glorifying the Lord Jesus Christ, 
in whom, to whom, and through whom 
are all things. 




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Left to right: Leonard A. Meznar. Ruth Sutton. Charles R. Taber. S. June Bell, and Roy J. Clark. 



"Who's Who Among Studenfs in 
Annerican Universities and Colleges" re- 
quires that its members have scholarship, 
character, leadership, and potentiality 



for future usefulness in business and so- 
ciety. Students who are chosen for this 
honor at Bryan must also possess a con- 
sistent Christian testimony. 



WHO'S WHO 



IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 
AND UNIVERSITIES 




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Thanksgiving Day began with 
a simple Chapel service in the 
morning . . . 



THANKSGIVING 




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then we enjoyed -the thrills of the annual Nodh- 
South touch football game in the afternoon . . . 





DAY 



spiced with spirited marches by 
the band, the greased pig 
chase, and the crowning of the 
football queens at half-time . . . 



and was climaxed by the splen- 
did repast at the banquet in 
the evening. 





STUDENT 



Get Up 



Fix Up 



Call Up 



End Up 



LIFE . . . 



Shovel Out 



Send Out 



Sign Out 



Sack Out 




WORK 



Work and Bryan are almost synon- 
ymous for sometime during the year, 
almost everyone from the President 
down to the lowliest freshman can be 
seen doing some kind of manual labor 
in or around the University. 




BANQUET 

Formals and corsages were part of 
the proper apparel at the Christmas 
and Bryan Birthday Banquets which 
provide one of the colorful aspects of 
the year's social life. 





DOIN'S ON 
THE CAMPUS 

fixing . . . 



buying 



studying . 



pow-wowing 



DOIN'S OFF 
THE CAMPUS 



rolling 



loading 



hiking 



resting 





The battle between the Scarlets and 
Golds was restricted to forensic events 
this year. Several evenings of spirited ri- 
valry are assured as the best talent from 
each side participates in dramatic and 
poetry readings, spelling, impromptus. 



extempores, book reviews, and orations, 
hlumorous programs, a debate on a cur- 
rent problem, and after-dinner speeches 
complete this phase of the year's intra- 
mural competition. 



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OFFICERS 

ROY CLARK 
President 

JOSEPH COX 
Vice-President 

JANICE BROWN 
Secretary 



JOEL KETTENRING 
Chairman 

RONALD MEZNAR 
ROBERT BRYANT 
DEAN KOONTZ 

LEONARD MEZNAR 





M. S. M. COMMITTEE 



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ATHLETIC COMMITTEE 




OFFICERS 

JOHN REED ■ 
Chairman 

REBECCA CRAIG 
Secretary 

PROF. WM. D. GREEN 
Faculty Advisor 







OFFICERS 

RICHARD MclNTOSH 
Chairman 

ALDA MAY WILLIAMS 
Secretary 

MR. EARL WILLIAMSON 
Faculty Advisor 



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OFFICERS 

CHARLES TABER President 

RUTH SUTTON Secretary-Treasurer 

PROF. GARNER HOYT Faculty Sponsor 

Those istudents who feel the call of foreign 
lands find in F.M.F. fellowship, Inspiration, and 
information concerning the various mission fields 
of the world. 




FOREIGN MISSIONS 




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OFFICERS 

JOEL KETTENRING President 

RICHARD MclNTOSH Vice-President 

KENNETH IvIOELLER Secretary-Treasurer 

PROF. GLEN C. ATKINS Faculty Sponsor 

This fellowship admits to its membership those 
students who have definitely dedicated them- 
selves to full-time service and who believe that 
the Lord is leading them into the ministry. 



PASTORS' FELLOWSHIP 




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OFFICERS 

THELMA ANDREWS President 

ALDA MAY WILLIAMS Vice-President 

MARY GROVER Secretary-Treasurer 

MRS. PETER SKANSE Faculty Sponsor 

For young people who are especially inter- 
ested in working with children and bringing them 
to know the Lord and Savior, the Child Evange- 
lism Fellowship offers a field of service and 
training. 




CHILD EVANGELISM 




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Each summer Bryan's "Gospel Singers" 
bear testimony of God's grace in word 
and music. In their witness for Christ they 
represent Bryan to the friends of the 
University across the nation. 



GOSPEL SINGERS 



Rose Marie Brown, Lenora Dickens. June Hively, and Virginia Segulne 




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FORENSIC UNION 



OFFICERS 

WARREN PURDY 
President 

FRED DONEHOO 
Vice-President 

ROBERT BRYANT 
Secretary 

WILLIAM CARAWAY 

Treasurer 

CHARLES TABER 
Parliamentarian 

DAVID COOK 
Sergeant-at-Arms 

DEAN D. W. RYTHER 
Advisor 




OFFICERS 

FRED DONEHOO 
President 

BOB LEHNHART 
Vice-President 

LOIS CARTWRIGHT 
Secretary 

LUMAN GESFORD 
Treasurer 

DEAN D. W. RYTHER 
Advisor 



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COMMONER STAFF 



WAYNE PONTIOUS Editor 

RICHARD MclNTOSH Associate Editor 

CLIFFORD HANHAM Business Manager 

GRACE COVENTRY Photographic Editor 

DAVID COOK Art Co-Editor 

PAUL V^YLAND Art Co-Editor 

ALBERT LEVENGOOD Advertising Manager 



ROSS KING Advertising Manager 

RICHARD MAYCUMBER Photographer 

CHARLES KOONTZ Photographer 

DORIS BUNCH Typist 

THEIMA ANDREWS Secretary 

JACK STANCE Circulation Manager 

PROF. WM. D. GREEN Advisor 




SCIENCE CLUB 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES KIRTLEY 
President 

LOIS ARDELEAN 
Vice-President 

RICHARD SHAFFER 
Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS LOU ROUGH 
Co-Sponsor 

PROF. LAMAR MODLRT 
Co-Sponsor 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES TABER 
President 

MARGARET HAISHT 
Vice-President 

MARGUERITE TABER 
Secretary 

THELMA ANDREV/S 
Treasurer 

PROF. GARNER HOYT 
Sponsor 




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LAY AMBASSADORS 




OFFICERS 

CHARLES THORNTON 
President 

RICHARD SHAFFER 
Vice-President 

REBECCA CRAIG 

Secretary-Treasurer 

MISSZELPHA RUSSELL 
Sponsor 



OFFICERS 

RALFE KAISER 
President 

LOIS ARDELEAN 
Vice-President 

ELIZABETH CONGDON 
Secretary 

WARREN PURDY 
Treasurer 

MISS ILA RUTH MAHR 
Sponsor 



ARCHERY CLUB 



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VETSVILLE 




Mayor Cal Jaynes and Councilmen 
Allen Jewett and Ted Bricker are mak- 
ing numerous improvements for the 
welfare of the little town located on 
the southern slope of Bryan Hill. This 
"city within a city" is home for 34 of 
Bryan's married students. 




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TRACK 



Dr. Howard Vos' thin- 
clads are entering 
their second year of 
intercollegiate track 
competition 
with some substantial 
reinforcements, great 
enthusiasm, and high 
hopes for a success- 
ful season. 



The cross country 
team proved them- 
selves to be able run- 
ners even against 
tough competition. 




CROSS COUNTRY 



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Workouts both on the Hill and on 



the Rhea high athletic field ran off 



smoothly under the capable direc- 



tion of Coach hHoward Vos and Man- 



agers John Reed and Fred Donehoo. 




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Softball is one of the phases of the intramural sports program which fur- 
nishes exercise, entertainment, and release from busy classroom life. 



BOYS' SOFTBALL 




Bryan lassies are not only handy with needle and thread but can also 

take a mean cut at the ball and send a screaming line drive over the 

heads of the opposing outfielders. 

GIRLS' SOFTBALL 




The battle of the backboards provided sports headlines during the winter 

quarter. This year It was the more youthful freshman and sophomore 

teams which turned in the most victories. 

BOYS' BASKETBALL 



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In addition to intrannurai basketball games Bryan girls also faced formid- 
able opposition from the industrial teams of the surrounding area. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



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Although the competition was rugged and hard-fought, most of the 
touch football players managed to survive the season without serious 
injury. The Junior Beavers possessed enough veteran players to garner an 

undefeated season. 



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DR. JUDSON A. RUDD 
President 



DWIGHT W. RYTHER 

Executive Vice President and Dean 



LLOYD E. FISH 

Vice-President and Treasurer 



WILLARD A. ARCHER 

Executive Secretary 



ADMINISTRATION 




EARL WILLIAMSON 
Comptroller 



NORMAN H. UPHOUSE 

Dean of Men 



KATHLEEN COWAN 
Dean of Women 



LOIS WEYHE 
Registrar 



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First Row 




GLEN C. ATKINS 


MARY A. GREEN WILLIAM D. GREEN 
Second Row 


BEATRICE E. BATSON 


GARNER E. HOYT 


ROBERT D. MARSTON LOU ELLEN ROUGH 
Third Row 


ZELPHA L. RUSSELL 


PETER 1. R. SKANSE 


RUTH THOMPSON SKANSE PAUL DONALD STOCK 
Fourth Row 


EMMAGENE BARDEN VOS 


HOWARD F. VOS 


E. LAMAR MODERT JACQUELYN HOWELL OAKLEY 


ALMA F. RADAR 




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ERMA HILL 



WALTER TIMMERMAN 



REBECCA PECK 



DONALD C. OAKLEY 



HERBERT W. HILL 



ARCHIE B. KEFFER 



CARLA WILLIAMSON 



HAZEL NELL SEIGER 



BARBARA HOYT 




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SENIORS 




OFFICERS 

JOEL KETTENRING President 

LEONARD MEZNAR Vice-President 

ALDA MAY WILLIAMS Secretary 

EDWARD GREENWOOD Treasurer 

MR. EARL WILLIAMSON Sponsor 

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DONALD ANDERSON, Hisfory Major; Bob Jones Univ. 1,2; Pastor's Fellowship, 3; Voice Recital, 3.4. 

ALMA AUSTIN, English Major; F.M.F., 1,2,3,4; COMMONER Staff, 3; Forensic Union, 1,2,3,4; French 
Club, 2. 

JUNE BELL, English Major; Choir, 1,2,3,4; Gospel Singers, 1,2; Band, 3,4; Lay Annbassadors, 1,2,3; 
F.M.F., 4; Child Evangelism, 3; C.S.A. Council, 2; "Who's Who," 4; Gold Sport Captain, 3; Class 
Sport Captain, 4. 




SENIORS 



WILLIAM CARAWAY, Second Quarter— left for Armed Forces. 

ROY CLARK, Bible Major; Forensic Union, i,2,3, Vice-President, 3; Science Club, 1,2,3; M.S.M. Chair- 
man, 3; Class Vice-President, 3; Student Council, 4, President; Gospel Singers, 3; "Who's Who," 4. 

ROBERT L. DAVIS, History Major; Gospel Singers, I; Science Club, I; Band, 1,3,4, Librarian, 4; Instru- 
mental Ensemble, 1; C.S.A. Council, 2,3, President, 3; F.M.F., 2,3,4; Class Treasurer, 3. 

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ROSELYN FRANKLIN. History Major; Choir, I; Class Secretary, I; Lay Ambassadors, 1,2; F.M.F., 
3,4; Child Evangelism, 1,4; COMMONER Staff, 3; C.S.A. Council, 4. 

HUGO GINGRICH, Bible Major; Choir, I; Instrumental Ensemble, 1; Band, 3,4; Forensic, 3,4; F.M.F., 
1,2,3,4; French Club, 2. 

EDWARD GREENWOOD, English Major; Choir, 2; Pastors' Fellowship, 1,2,3,4, President, 3; COM- 
MONER Staff, 3, Business Manager; Class Treasurer, 4; Vetsville Committee, 3. 



SENIORS 





BETTY HANNA, English Major; F.M.F., 1,4; Lay Ambassadors, 2,3; French Club, 2,4; Child Evange- 
lism, 1,2,3,4; Student Council, 4. 

GRACE HARER, English Major; F.M.F., 3,4; Child Evangelism, 3. 



MARGARET HOOKS, Spanish Major; Child Evangelism, 1,2; Archery Club, 1,2; French Club, 2. 

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LAUREN HOYT, English Major; Class President, 3; Pastors' Fellowship, 3,4; Choir, 1,3; Band, 3,4. 

CALVIN JAYNES, Mathematics Major; M.S.M., 2; Camera Club, 2; Mayor, Vetsville, 4; Class Busi- 
ness Manager, 4. 

ARCHIE KEFFER, English Major; Pastor's Fellowship, I. 

JOEL S. KETTENRING, English Major; Pastors' Fellowship, 1,2,3,4, President, 4; Camera Club, I; 
Class Vice-President, 2; Class President, 4; C.S.A. Council, 2; M.S.M., 3-4, Chairman, 4; COM- 
MONER Staff, 3; Track Team, 3,4; Assistant in Promotion, 3. 






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CHARLES KIRTLEY, Biology Major; Pastors' Fellowship, 1,2,3; F.M.F., 4; Science Club, 3,4. 

DOROTHY KRAUTTER, Biology Major; Choir, 1,2,3; Lay Ambassadors, 1,2. 

MARGARET LOFTICE, English Major; Child Evangelism, 1,2; COMMONER Staff, 3; F.M.F., 4. 

DONALD McCLINTICK, Bible Major; Lay Ambassadors, Vice-President, 2; Pastors' Fellowship, 3. 

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RICHARD MAYCUMBER, History Major; Camera Club, 1,2,3,4; French Club, 1,2; RM.F., 2,3,4; 
COMMONER Staff Photographer, 3,4. 



LEONARD MEZNAR, Bible Major; Student Council, 1,3,4, President, 3; Class President, 2; Class 
Vice-President, 4; M.S.M., 4; F.M.F., 2; "Who's Who," 4; Forensic, 1,2. 



MORRIS MORGAN, English Major; Pastor's Fellowship, 1,2,3; Forensic, I; French Club, 2; COM- 
MONER Staff, 3. 



SENIORS 




LESLIE NAPIER, F.M.F., History Major; 1,2,3,4; Child Evangelism, 1,2,3,4. 



EMILY NICHOLSON, English Major; F.M.F., 1 ,2,3,4; C.S.A. Council, 3. 



DOROTHEA NICHOLSON, English Major; French Club, 3,4; F.M.F., 3,4; Athletic Committee, 4; 
School Nurse, 3,4. 



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WARREN PURDY, Bible Major; Pastors' Fellowship, 1,2,3,4; Child Evangelism, 4; French Club, 4; 
Forensic, 3,4, President, 4; Archery Club Treasurer, 4; Debate Club, 3; Track, 3,4; Choir, 4. 

JOHN WILLIAM REED, English Major; Pastors' Fellowship, 1,2,3,4, Vice-President, 3; M.S.M. Com- 
mittee, 2; COMMONER Staff, 3; Forensic, 3; Athletic Committee, 3,4, Chairman, 4; Track Manager, 3,4. 

RUTH SUTTON, English Major; F.M.F., 1,2,3,4, Secretary, 4; Forensic, 1,2,3,4, Secretary, 3; Stu- 
dent Council, Secretary, 3; Child Evangelism, 4; French Club, 3; Choir, 3,4; "Who's Who," 4. 

CHARLES TABER, English Major; F.M.F., 1,2,3,4, President, 4; Science Club, Secretary, I; French 
Club President, 2,4; Forensic, 2,3,4, Parliamentarian, 4; C.S.A. Council, Secretary, 2; Child Evangel- 
ism, 2; COMMONER Staff, Editor, 3; "Who's Who," 4; Gospel Singers, 3; Student Instructor, 
French and Linguistics, 4. 





ALDA MAY WILLIAMS, English Major; Child Evangelism, 1,2,3,4, Vice-President, 4; Class Secretary, 
4; Lay Ambassadors, 1,2; F.M.F., 3,4; C.S.A. Council, 3,4, Secretary, 4; Student Council, 2. 

GENE WITSKY, English Major; Class President, I; Class Prayer Chairman, 2,3,4; F.M.F., 1,2,3,4; 
Choir, 2. 

CARL WONDERLEY, English Major; Lay Ambassadors, 1,2; Class Vice-President, 2; Student Council, 
2,4; COMMONER Staff, 3; C.S.A. Council, 2; Choir, 2,3. 

LOIS WONDERLY, English Major; F.M.F., 1,2; Child Evangelism, 1,2,3; Choir, 2,3; Forensic, I. 

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JUNIORS 





JUNIORS 



FIRST ROW: 


SECOND ROW: 


THIRD ROW: 


FOURTH ROW: 


Thelma Andrews 


David Cook 


Rebecca Craig 


Margaret hiaight 


Robert Bryant 


Joyce Cooper 


Glenn Crumley 


Ann Hall 


Doris Bunch 


lona Costley 


Wyman Firebaugh 


Clifford Hanham 


Ruth Bunch 


Grace Coventry 


Margaret Friedrich 


Allen Jewett 



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FIRST ROW: 


SECOND ROW: 


THIRD ROW: 




FOURTH ROW: 


Ross King 


Ruth Landrum 


Richard Malone 




Billy Monn 


Russell Konves 


Ernest Lee 


John Martin 




Wayne Pontious 


Charles Kooniz 


Albert Levengood 


Randall Maycum 


ber 


Norbert Prust 


John Lacey 


Richard Mcintosh 


Ronald Meznar 




Ernest Schwenk 



JUNIORS 




JUNIORS 




FIRST ROW: 


SECOND ROW: 


NOT PICTURED: 


Wallace Sidbaclc 


Robert Williams 


David Naff 


Jack Stange 


Paul Wyland 


William Roller 


Jack Tate 


William Yeary 




Lucy Williams 


Richard Ziemer 





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SOPHOMORES 




OFFICERS 

GEORGE HUFFMAN ^ President 

JOSEPH COX Vice-President 

ROSE MARIE BROWN Secretary 

HOWARD ADDLEMAN Treasurer 

MISS LOU ROUGH Sponsor 

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FIRST ROW 




Howfird Addleman 


Vernon Barnhill 


Barbara Becker 


Lois Ardelean 




Dona Blaine 



SOPHOMORES 




SECOND ROW 
Theodore Bricker 
Janice Brown 
Rose Marie Brown 
Delores Bushart 
Janice Coleman 

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THIRD ROW 
Elizabeth Congdon 
Fayth Ann Conner 
Joseph Cox 
Fred Donehoo 
Bessie Degerman 





FIRST ROW 




Lenora Dickens 


Mary Srover 


Bruce Harrison 


Luman Gesford 




Charlotte Howel 



SOPHOMORES 




SECOND ROW 




THIRD ROW 


George Huffman 




James Kirtley 


Mary Catherine Hur 


iter 


Dean Koonti 


Ralfe Kaiser 




Gerald Manuel 


Milton Kier 




Evelyn Marks 


Kenneth Kinsley 




James Meyer 



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FIRST ROW 




Kenneth Moeiler 


Roscoe Mulvey 


Dean Piper 


Mildred Mosby 




Ryland Rock 



SOPHOMORES 




SECOND ROW 




THIRD ROW 


John Rollman 




Norma Sweeney 


Richard Shaffer 




Ruth YhoTipson 


Bet+y Sme+ters 




Charles Thornton 


Grace Smith 




Donald Thornton 


Mildred Snavely 


NOT PICTURED 


June Zehrung 


Luther Brendle 


Eloise Olcott 
Arthur Pflug 


Wilson Baroo 



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FRESHMEN 




OFFICERS 

JACOB IMHOF President 

JOHN MIESEL VIce-PresldenI 

VIRGINIA SESUINE Secretary 

DARWIN NEDDO Treasurer 

MISS BEATRICE BATSON Sponsor 

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FIRST ROW 




Martha Bailey 


Dorothy Bean 


Carol Blanger 


Leona Bair 


Carl Benedum 


Joe Lee Brison 


Betty Beaman 




Mary Lou Brown 



FRESHMEN 






SECOND ROW 




Be^ty Buchanan 


Delores Chase 


Bryce Christy 


Paul Campbell 


Raymond Childress 


Lora Lee Clingan 


Lois Cartwrlght 


THIRD ROW 


Roy Cloninger 


Joyann Conlan 


Max Dunlap 


Elizabeth Ellsworth 


Rosennary Crees 


John Edieston 


Nancy Endicott 


Thelma Davidson 




Joeann Enyart 



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FIRST ROW 




Patricia Fox 


Lucille Freeman 


Kathryn Fromman 


David Franklin 


Armond Fritz 


Lenora Gearhart 


Edy+he Freeland 




David Gehman 



FRESHMEN 






SECOND ROW 




Junior Green 


Ruth Harper 


Wilma Hartley 


Reita Hall 


George Harris 


William Hawk 


Rosalyn Hall 


THIRD ROW 


Frances Henderson 


Helen Hillegas 


Jacob Imhof 


Beuton Johnson 


June Hively 


Robert Ivory 


Joyce Johnson 


Barbara Humphrey 




Shelby Johnson 



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Sharon Kauffman 
Hazel Laabs 
James Larsen 



FIRST ROW 
James Leedy 
Robert Lehnharf 



Edwina Lien 
Leonard Maddy 
Archie Mason 



FRESHMEN 






SECOND ROW 




Jean MaHison 


Nina Meyers 


Betty Jo Mitchell 


Paul Mars+eller 


John Miesel 


Darwin Neddo 


Audrey Mayer 


THIRD ROW 


Francis Neddo 


Thomas Pann 


Betty Joy Rankin 


James Roberts 


Delores Po+enza 


Lewis Richards 


Suzanne Royer 


Es+elle Randall 




Edith Russell 



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FIRST ROW 




Richard St. John 


Lois Shane 


Marian Smllh 


Virginia Seguine 


Jack Smith 


Hartley Spurlock 


Kenneth Sewall 




Harriette Stahnke 



FRESHMEN 








SECOND ROW 




Betty Starring 
Marguerite Taber 
Jean Tempest 




Hattie Tucker 
Dorothy Underwood 

THIRD ROW 


Donald Walker 
Wanda Ward 
Edith Weaver 


Floyd Welling 
Evelyn Whitlow 




Alton Witter 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 


Jack Wright 
Jane Young 


Mrs. Margaret 


Ivory 


NOT PICTURED 


Robert Wagler 


Mrs. Doris Eagleston 




Lamar Modert 
Mrs. Mildred Davis 


Shirley Horn 



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FARMERS SUPPLY CO. 

Seeds — Feeds — Poultry — Building 
Supplies — Cusiom Grinding and Mixing 

DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



GREEN MEADOW DAIRY 

"In Business for Your hiealth" 



DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



Phone 789 



F.R.ROGERS, DRUGGIST 



Phone 200 




COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


A. M. MORGAN, D.D.S. 


ARCHIE M. MORGAN, JR„ D.D.S. 


HAROLD A. MORGAN, D.M.D. 


BETTY GREEN, R.D.H. 



BRYAN UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE 

Bibles — Scripture Stationery 
Christian Books — Plaques 



SAWYERS FUNERAL SERVICE 



DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

DAYTON BANK AND TRUST 
CO. 

Member of 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 

DAYTON, TENNESSEE 

Your Business Solicited 



FOX BROTHERS 
COMPANY 

Since 1918 

Chattanooga's Oldest 
Wholesale Food Distributer 

PROCESSED FOODS FOR 

SCHOOLS — HOTELS 

RESTAURANTS — HOSPITALS 

INSTITUTIONS 

1215-17 King Street, Chattanooga 2, Tenn. 
Phone 6-3139 



W. L HODGES & SON 

Jewelers 

Repair Work A Specialty Dayton, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

ABEL HARDWARE CO. 



Phone 164 




ARNOLD 
MOTOR CO. 

DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



Phone 10 
Your Friendly Ford Dealer 



L^onaratutat 



'9 



ions 



CLASS OF "51" 

ALWAYS GET THE BEST 
IN 

SEALTEST 
ICE CREAM 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



A FRIEND 



TENNESSEE EGG CO. 



414 W. I6t[i St. 



CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 



ARCHER PAPER CO. 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 



HARRY GRANERT'S 
STUDIO 

Fine Portraits 

Phone 6-7335 
6l6l/p Market St. Chattanooga, Tenn. 



LANSFORD PIANO COMPANY 



730 Cherry St. 



Exclusive BALDWIN Dealer 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Phone 6-7185 



JENKINS & DARWIN BROS. 

Underpriced Merchandise 

Dry Goods for the Whole Family 

DAYTON. TENNESSEE 



SOUTHERN GRILL 



DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



COLONIAL 
BAKING COMPANY 

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 



THE DAYTON HERALD 

PRINTERS — PUBLISHERS 



The Only Newspaper Published in Rhea 
County 



COULTER FUNERAL HOMES 



DAYTON 



SPRING CITY 



MRS. E. B. ARNOLD 

Ready-to-wear 

Dayton, Tennessee 



WILKINS CANDY CO. 

Distributors of Schraft's Chocolates 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 



Compliments of 

MILLS & LUPTON SUPPLY CO. 

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 







Welcome— Make Our H 


3me Your h 


ome Away From Home 












CEDAR 


HILL 


HOTEL 








Phone 


2I3R 










Dc 


a yton 


Tenn. 



CHATTANOOGA RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION 

T. H. PAYNE CO. HARDIE & CAUDLE 

LOVEMANS MILLER BROTHERS 



CHRISMEN HARDWARE CO. 

5! i Market St. Chattanooga, Tenn. 



America's Largest Jewelry Organization 

KAY JEWELRY CO. 

630 Market St. Chattanooga, Tenn. 



The Bible Expositor and Illuminator 

192 well-filled pages 

Treating on the International Unifornn 
Lesson Topics 

Sample copies are available 



THE 

CHRISTIAN LIFE SERIES 

Affords materials for ail departments in the Sunday School, from the tiny 

tots up, including the advanced Bible students. 

Ask for sannples 



Address 

UNION GOSPEL PRESS 



Box 6059 



Cleveland I , Ohio 



TOM McGEHEE, Jeweler 

Telephone 6-0751 
732 Cherry Street Chattanooga 2, Tenn. 



MORGAN MOTOR 
COMPANY 

Your Oldsmoblle Dealer 

Ask for a demonstration of the "88" 

"Across from Post Office" 

Telephone 167 

153 West Main St. Dayton, Tenn. 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



Drink 




COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS 

DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



CITY SERVICE STATION 
& TIRE CO. 

Esso Products 
Atlas and Goodrich Tires 

DAYTON. TENNESSEE 



DAYTON DEPARTMENT 
STORE 

Formerly Block's 

Dayton's Leading Department Store 



BROWN CHEVROLET CO. 

Sales — CHEVROLET — Service 



Phone 228 



DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



GENE'S 
SERVICE CENTER 

GREYHOUND BUS STOP 

SINCLAIR PRODUCTS 

'Grill & Steak House Open 24 Hours' 

Radiators Repaired ' 

24-Hour Wrecker Service 



Phone 76 



Dayton, Tenn. 



c. 


A. 


DOWNEY & SON 




De 


jSoto-Plymouth Dealer 






DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

"SHIPWRECK" KELLY 

Sheriff 



FRENCH FURNITURE CO. 

FURNITURE — APPLIANCES 
JEWELRY 

Dayton, Phone 325 

Spring City, Phone 4191 

Two Stores 



IDEAL CLEANERS 
& LAUNDRY 

"if we please, tell your friends; If we don't, 
please tell us" 

Phone 2071 

SPRING CITY, TENNESSEE 



MODERN WAY CLEANERS 

"Friendly Service" 



RAY LOONEY 



Phone I 16 



Dayton, Tenn. 



Compliments of 

LOCKE FURNITURE CO. 



CARY & WEST CO. 

Your Firestone Dealer 



PURSER & KNIGHT 

Shoes — Clothing 

DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



TOM'S BARBER SHOP 

"Bryan Students Welcome" 

DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



LOCKER PLANT FOOD MARKET 



GROCERIES — VEGETABLES — FEEDS — MEATS 



Phone 606 



Dayton, Tennessee 



ICELAND GARDENS, INC 

LOCKERS — PROCESSING — COLD STORAGE 



Phone 606 



Dayton, Tennessee 



Western Auto Associate Store 

Furniture: Hardware: Auto Parts 
General Electric Appliances 

Phone 157 We Deliver Dayton, Tenn. 




M. SCHILD AND COMPANY 



DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



ELMER 


HARDIN 


GARAGE 


Studebaker Sales 


-Service 


Dayfon, Tennessee 


Phone 229 



WALTERS BUICK CO. 

Dayton, Tennessee Phone 283 

New and Used Cars 



GRADUATING STUDENTS 

particularly will want to keep up 
reading Christian literature. 

confains just the diversified reading you 
need, including helps on fhe International 
Uniform Sunday School Lesson. 

Special short term offer — 22 weeks for $ I . 

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 
TIMES CO. 

325 North Thirteenth Street 
PHILADELPHIA 5, PA. 





SMITH 


BROTHERS 






Home 


■or Auto Parts 




Wrecker 


Service 


Phone 


207 



JOHNSON 

HARDWARE 

COMPANY 

BRYAN STUDENTS ALWAYS 
WELCOME 

DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

DARWIN-SHARPE LUMBER 
CO. 

DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



RHEA 
EQUIPMENT CO. 

TRACTORS — TRUCKS 
REFRIGERATORS 
PONTIAC CARS 



Sales — Service 



Phone 562 
West Third Ave. Dayton, Tenn. 



THE THRIFT STORE 


Ready-to-wear Dry Goods and Shoes 


Phone 56 Dayton 



CcTc & ntcClufe 
tHctof Cc, 

DODGE-PLYMOUTH 
Dodge Job-Rated Trucks 

Phone 115 Dayton, Tennessee 



CHATTANOOGA GOSPEL 
TABERNACLE 

654 Huston St. 

T. PERRY BRANNON, Pastor 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 



Compliments of the 

CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 
CHURCH 

ol Grandview, Tennessee 
PAUL ZIMMERSON, Pastor 



MDM 



AND 



PDF 




TRINITY 
METHODIST CHURCH 

First and Cedar St. 

You are Welcome 
REV. W. D. GREEN, Associate Pastor 



SALE CREEK 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

REV. EARL WILLIAMSON, Minister 



TENNESSEE 


MOUNTAIN 


MISSION 






Incorporated 




REV. 


A. J 


LEVENGOOD, D 


rector 


Bible Memory 


Program and Camps f 
White Boys and Girls 


or Colored and 


P. 0. Box 45 






Dayton, Tenn. 



CEDINE BIBLE MISSION 

"For the evangelization of Negro Youth 

and the training of Christian workers fronn 

among them." 

PAUL ZIMMERMAN, Superintendent 
Rt. 2 Spring City, Tenn. 





DAYTON 


FLORISTS 




w. 


H. COULTER and WALLACE COULTER 




Phone 524 




Main 


Street 


Dayton, 


Tenn. 





CmplimitU 0^ 






Ed Pierce 


J. M. Jones 


Burton Knight 




George Barnard 


Louis Kalodkin 


Lillard T. Campbell 




C. P. Sawyers 


George Patterson 


Mrs. Lillard T. Campbell 




Mike Fuller 


Julian Burkhalter 


Carroll Tallent 




Harold S. Duncan 


William Shaver 


C. A. Downey 




William Fleming 


V. H. Wilkey 


Kelso Ballard 




Harold S. Smilh 


Gene Graham 


Wayne French 




Ben Purser 


J. M. Abel 


E. R. Whlttemore 




Ralph Tallent 


K. F. Johnson 


Roy Thompson 




J. B. Goodrich 


N. D. Reed & Son 


Albert McDonald 




C. V. Gabbert 


Koch Bakery, Chatta. 


Joe Torbett 




Carl Kelly 


Sanitary Grocery 


Duff Drug Co., Chatta. 




Dayton Coal & Iron Co. 


Wassom Service Station 


Roy Morgan 




Robinson Mfg. Co. 


Martel Gamble 


Marion Sklar 




JeS'S Clark 


Hanon's Radio Service 


Leota Ewing 




Dr. J. J. Rodgers 


George P. Dawn 


Hugh Gallagher 




Elmer Kelly 


Jim Conner 


Mrs. Hugh Gallagher 




William Forsten 


Ralph Porter 


Neil Locke 




J. C. Whittle 


Paul Porter 


Cordell Hembree 




Mrs. Ruth Purser 


Bill Shaver 


George Nixon 




Widney Brown 


B. L. Morgan 


Truman Cox 




Richard L. Rogers 


Felix Abel 


Charles Kelly 




James O. Rogers 


Leonard Thomas 


Marchie James 




L. A. Morgan 


Arthur Brooks 


Luke Welch 




Mrs. L. A. Morgan 


W. H. Coulter 


M. Schild Co. 




Lavins Davis 


C. C. Keith 


Jimmy Spence 




. F. H. Abel 


Lee G. Taylor 


Norman Locke 




Ernest Forsten 


Bill Harwood 


Dr. G. V. Taylor.Jr. 




Dr. G. V. Taylor, Jr. 


H. A. Jones 


H. T. Maupin 




Jack Frazier 


Finley Taylor 


W. W. Morgan 




H. S. Broyles 


Marshall Tallent 


Ellis Caudle 




C. P. Swafford 


N. Q. Purser 


Alvin Pitts 




Carl Denton 


Ray Cooley 


Glenn W. Woodlee 




Walter Sharps 




Walter Bailey 





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